Skinfix

SkinFix is a cream base used to treat patients afflicted by psoriasis, eczema, and dry skin. It is derived from natural boswellic acid, avenathramides from oats, phosphatidylglycerol and elegant films to deliver medications into the skin.

The base also replenishes the top fatty layers of the skin, thus restoring the skin’s outer layer and decreasing the frequency of flare-ups. The base can be used alone, but can be compounded with medications including:

-Corticosteroids (anti-inflammatory)
-Vitamin D and its derivatives (for skin growth and repair)
-Vitamin E and its derivatives (anti-oxidant, prevents UV damage)
-Cyanocobalamin (relieves dermatitis, may help with vitiligo and hyperpigmentation)
-Zinc pyrithoine (used in acne, pigment disorders etc) and many others.

Further information on Skinfix’s components, please refer to the following studies:

Scarfix

Our over-the-counter ScarFix cream is a topical anhydrous silicone base that can be used alone or with various medications. Application of an anhydrous silicone base containing Pracaxi oil alone or in combination with other active substances has been shown to produce considerable improvements in wound healing and scar attributes and is a potentially useful option in the treatment of surgical, traumatic, or burn wounds and scars.

Some additional medicinal ingredients which can be added to ScarFix with a prescription also include:

-Tranilast, which helps to stop collagen synthesis (rapidly produced dense collagen are the key component of injury scars)
-Caffeine, which helps to increase blood flow to the scar injury area.
-Collagenase, which breaks up pre-existing scar collagen.
-Aloe, which can produce a cooling and soothing sensation to the area.
-Verapamil, which can block Calcium, the key nutrient used by fibroblasts which produce collagen in scars, thus also increasing comparative concentration of collagenase, the enzyme that breaks down collagen.
-Tretinoin, which increases collagen synthesis.
-Sodium Hyaluronate, which helps fibroblast cell migration (cell responsible for collagen synthesis)

Application to the scar twice a day yields superior results. Time for noticeable difference depends on age and depth of scar tissue.

For further information please refer to the following studies:

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